Resources 

 On-Campus 

Toro Learning Center- The Toro Learning Center provides academic support to all currently enrolled students. The center is here to help you succeed in achieving your academic goals

University Advising Center- The center provides undergraduate students information regarding how to successfully work towards the completion of general education (GE) requirements for the bachelor's degree. In addition, the center handles such things as GE advising, overall graduation requirements, academic probation and disqualification advising, remedial English and Math requirements, mandatory freshman advising, and university policies and procedures. 

Student Affairs- The mission of our division is to provide services and opportunities that help you get the most from your CSUDH experience - personally as well as academically.

Multicultural Center- Celebrates and promotes the diverse cultural experiences that each member of CSUDH brings to the community

Disabled Student Services- Focused on making sure CSUDH students with disabilities have full access to the university’s educational, cultural, social and physical facilities and programs.

Helpful Links

Linkedin

LinkedInGreat free resource to find job/internships, learn about a company, join a professional association. Learn how to develop your LinkedIn profile and the benefits of joining the site.

 

Glassdoor

Glassdoor- Free resource that offers an inside look at companies and jobs. Receive further information on salary details, company reviews, and interview questions are posted anonymously by employees and job seekers.

 

Career One Stop

Career One Stop- Free resource to help you explore different career paths, industries, learn how to negotiate your salary and learn about benefits

 

 

LearnHowToBecome.org

LearnHowToBecome.org is a free resource that can help you write eye-catching resumes, ace job interviews, volunteer opportunities and non-profit careers, and more. Use the career toolkit to get started today.